People sometimes think that you build a website and then it magically appears in a search engin especially on the front page or they type in coffee shop into google and presto their coffee shop appears. This is not the case it depends on a number of factors from google analytics, website content, Tag words, back links and a number of other factors.

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Why us

Bluecactus has over 8 years of experience in designing websites. We have built websites for many different verticals such as Music, Blogging, Financial, Travel and the Services Industry.

We have helped our clients understand what they require and how to integrate their sites to specific Social Media sites such as Facebook, Youtube, Pinterest, Instagram and other industry specific social media sites.

what is content optimisation

What is content/copy?

Content and copy refers to the he text that you see and read on a website.

What is involved with Content Optimization?

The process of making your website’s home page or a particular page on your website more attractive to search engines. This is called content optimization.  These include the content or copy, broken links, title tags and meta tags. Once these improvements to these areas are done and implemented, search engines will find it easier to index your website and display your site in relevant search results.

What are tag words

what’s the difference between Keywords and Tags?

There is not really any difference. In simple terms the keywords that you enter at the bottom of your article or blog post  like WordPress are called tags.

Tags for an article are words that best describe what your article (or blog post) is about. There are 5-10 keywords that specifically tie into your post.

These keywords have to be topics that actually relate to your article. You can’t just throw in random keywords that you think will get you noticed on search engines, as that will hinder your blog. That’s called keyword spamming and it’s a one way ticket to the last page of Google.

Summary: Bad keywords and no one will read your articles.

what are back links

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